Government House

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Government House was the residence for the lieutenant-governor of the Northwest Territories, and it has had many strange activites reports over the years: doors that open and close repeatedly, strange sounds of babies crying or children laughing, faces in mirrors, footsteps, an objects that are moved by unseen hands. One of the apparitions seen here is believed to be Howie, a former cook of Lieutenant-Governor Archibald McNab.

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Geographic Information

Hewitt Pl
Regina, Saskatchewan

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50.454, -104.64775299999997
Division No. 6
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